Mark Lemoine ’93, co-chair, Spectrum Health
Lemoine has been the director of the government affairs department at Spectrum Health since 2004 and is a state and federal registered lobbyist. Lemoine has been involved in many leadership public policy roles for more than 18 years, holding positions with for-profit organizations, the Michigan Senate, and serving on the board of directors for a local nonprofit.
See Mark's video reflection »
Cynthia Kamp ’86, St. Xavier University
Kamp is an adjunct professor at St. Xavier University in Chicago where she teaches courses in comparative religion. She also works in pharmaceutical sales for Bristol-Myers Squibb. She has worked for Congressman Bill Nelson (D-Fla.); the Department of State, where she served at U.S. embassies in London and Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire; and in the Illinois governor’s office. Kamp holds a master of theological studies degree from Harvard Divinity School; her research includes the religious and secular roots of nonviolence.
See Cynthia's video reflection »
Bethany Keeley-Jonker ’05, University of Georgia
Keeley-Jonker recently earned her speech communication (rhetoric) PhD at the University of Georgia with concentrations in rhetorical theory and criticism and religion in public culture; she has accepted a position at Trinity Christian College. Her work is on the rhetoric of religion, patriotism and capitalism in American prosperity.
See Bethany's video reflection »
Herman Keizer ’65, U.S. Army chaplain (retired)
During his 33-year military career, Chaplain Keizer served in the field and as special adviser on the U.S. Army’s drug and alcohol program. He served as command chaplain of the U.S. European Command during which he established chaplaincies in Central European nations. He has worked as an adviser in the State Department monitoring religious freedom in Africa and the Balkans.
See Herman's video reflection »
Rob Wildeboer ’99, Chicago Public Radio
As the criminal and legal affairs reporter for Chicago Public Radio, Rob is responsible for covering federal and state courts as well as law enforcement agencies and issues of crime. Rob’s work is featured on Eight Forty-Eight, as well as NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In addition to reporting Rob has taught journalism at North Park University.
See Rob's video reflection »